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Phoenix Books to host David Patterson

News Release — Phoenix Books April 3, 2019 Contact: Kristen Eaton 802.872.7111 (p)[email protected] Get all of VTDigger’s daily news. You’ll never miss a story with our daily headlines in your inbox. SOON THE LIGHT WILL BE PERFECT BOOK LAUNCH WITH DAVID PATTERSON Essex, Vermont – April 3, 2019: On Wednesday, April 17th at 7pm, Phoenix […]

Get the gist on hundreds of books in 12 minutes apiece

If you’re an entrepreneur, you’re not just hungry for success. You’re hungry for knowledge, the insights that can lead to bigger and better ideas and ways to implement them. That knowledge is out there in the bestselling biz books that have changed the game over the years. There’s just one problem: In a fast-paced lifestyle, […]

Ready for Spring? These 10 New Books Will Help You Spring Clean Your Life Now

Spring is finally here! The weather is warming up, birds are chirping, and my bare arms are finally making an appearance for the first time since October. The change in seasons always seems to bring about a change in moods, as well. And it’s no wonder. Researchers at the National Institute of Mental Health found […]

What Pulitzer Prize-Nominated Books Should You Read First?

This “majestic biography” is “more than a catalog of this now largely overlooked philosopher and critic’s achievements,” our reviewer wrote. Stewart, a historian and professor of black studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, “also renders the tangled knot of art, sexuality and yearning for liberation that propelled Locke’s work.” PROUST’S DUCHESS: How Three […]

OPINION: Guest commentary — The painful task of weeding books – Petoskey News

The following guest commentary was written by Jolene Michaels, director, and Tanya Procknow, youth librarian, Mackinaw Area Public Library Article source:

Milligan hosts 9th annual Edible Books competition – WJHL

Milligan hosts 9th annual Edible Books competition MILLIGAN COLLEGE, Tenn. (WJHL)- More than a dozen students and faculty members at Milligan College showcased their sweet creations in the 9th annual Edible Books competition on Monday. It is an event that combines a love of books and baking. Entries are judged in three categories, including an overall favorite, most creative […]

Saturday’s Bunnies & Books promotes literacy

Adairsville found a way to promote literacy and celebrate Easter and Georgia Cities Week all in one event.  The city, along with the General Store Mercantile, Sans Souci Women’s Club, the Bartow Literacy Council, the Bartow County School System and Harbin Clinic, will sponsor Bunnies Books Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. downtown in […]

Game of Thrones Ending: Differences Between Books & the Show

Posted on Monday, April 15th, 2019 by Ben Pearson The eighth season of HBO’s Game of Thrones has begun, leaving only five episodes until the ending of the epic story is unveiled. That story originally began in 1996 when George R.R. Martin published the first book in his A Song of Ice and Fire saga, and […]

Festival of Books: Author Anabel Hernandez demands answers for Mexico’s missing 43 students

“We need to raise our collective voice, saying, ‘Hey, government, we haven’t forgotten the 43 — we want to know what happened, where they are,” she said. “We want the responsible in jail.” Article source:

Is Sally Rooney’s New Novel as Great as Her First?

NORMAL PEOPLE By Sally Rooney There is something about Sally Rooney’s novels that makes people embrace (and occasionally reject) it like a long-sought romantic partner. Though both her 2017 debut, “Conversations With Friends,” and her new novel, “Normal People,” are set in an exactingly depicted Dublin and West Ireland in the 2010s, her books describe […]